Engineer Intern IV

Recruitment #200213-S10D-I01


Located in Water Quality Division; Watershed Planning

This position may be filled as a Level I, II, III or IV. Applicants MUST apply for all levels for which they qualify in order to be considered for that level. Each level has its own recruitment announcement posted simultaneously with this announcement.

Major Job Duties:
1. Develop wasteload allocation models for point source discharges and prepare reports for EPA and public review.
2. Assist with development of watershed scale TMDL models and preparation of accompanying reports for EPA and public review.
3. Review and assess water quality monitoring data.
4. Prepare proposals, grant applications, and work plans for EPA consideration.
5. Coordinate preparation of grant reports and outputs for assigned projects
6. Oversee the work of contractors and review submittals for compliance with the work plan requirements for assigned projects.

All interested applicants must upload a copy of their resume and transcript to their application submission.

An EEO Employer.


Positions in this job family are assigned responsibility for providing engineering expertise, guidance and technical assistance to state agencies, consultants, and the public.  Incumbents accomplish this by performing engineering tasks and by reviewing and evaluating the work of consultants, contractors and facility operators, under the supervision of a professional engineer.


The Engineer Intern job family has five levels that are distinguished based on the complexity of the engineering assignment and the level of expertise required by a specific position.

Level IV:     
This is the career level for experienced engineering interns who perform advanced technical engineering duties in support of a program or project.  This level provides advice and guidance as opposed to directing engineering activities.


Level IV:     
Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of registration as an Engineer Intern and two years of experience in the practice of engineering; or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting a master’s degree in engineering for one year of experience in the practice of engineering.


Positions requires operating a personal computer several hours a day.

Applicants must be able to walk long distances on a variety of terrain occasionally in extreme weather conditions, climb ladders or stairs, bend or squat, carry up to 50 lbs. of equipment, and sit behind the wheel of a vehicle for several hours a day.

Persons with out-of-state registration as an Engineer Intern must transfer their registration with the State of Oklahoma through the Oklahoma State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors no later than six months from the date of appointment. Persons will not be granted permanent classified status without a valid Oklahoma registration as an Engineer Intern.


All interested applicants must upload a copy of their resume and transcript to their application submission. No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.